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and there are hundreds of reports like this including by segregate john lot and they demonstrate the brady act hasn't done a damn thing to reduce crime in this country. >> neil: the idea of doing it is as much for the p.r. to say, look, i'm the president of united states, i'm taking executive action to do something about it. look at congress, don't the don't do squat? >> think i that is true. but couple things poison pills, to have doctors reporting their clients to the federal government, this is 1930 stuff. the american people to rise up against that. medical profession needs to say no. he clearly wants a national database where all innocent citizens are in a database. can i ask you a question -- what does that do? i can understand a national database of criminals. what is that for. >> neil: whatever database it is i'm sure you are on it. [ laughter ] >> neil: you enact it, we won't enforce it. that is message coming from a sheriff out in oregon. in a letter to vice president, i quote, any federal regulation enacted by congress or executive order offending the constitutional rights of my citizens
and whether it was john f. kennedy or where it fell but the president now and the motorcade are passing treasury and you can see that, and that is where we will have the more heated battles with the new treasury secretary designate, jack lew, who will take over from a guy who took on a lot of controversial initiatives and john roberts is on the flatbed truck. john, much has been said about this president's approach, coming out as he did early on the route. can we expect him to come out again? >> it is timing. timing is everything. you talk about jack lieu and we are going past the treasury department. the president get out between 7th and 12th but you can see there is movement here among the staff and there are secret service on the pickup truck behind us and it is expected as we make the item on to pennsylvania avenue which is, really, the road home beyond the treasury and the white house, that the president will get out and he will walk the remainder of the way to the white house and he will get inside that heated reviewing stand and watch 9 parade go by which will, with the parade be
that were damaged, used for environmental research. john flemming, a republican congressman from louisiana says, this is not an immediate need. why is this in here? they are trying to cut back the smaller funding that some described as pork when the bill came out of the senate, right after christmas. >> neil: you are an encyclopedia. this is what they are voting on in the house. this is the mulvaney amendment, aimed at matching dollar for dollar, whatever you grant in sandy aid, you make cuts in other budgets, by his math, 1.6% in discretionary spending to pay for what could be a $50 billion tab. this is not going to get in the way of folks getting sandy aid. this is said to be more perfunctory. they have some of the pork out of these various measures. but it will be perhaps late into the night before a package is done and agreed to. now to the politician who said, well, have you to pitch the pork or he is going to pitch a fit. get this, this guy is from new york. new york city council says it doesn't do the constituents any good if so much of that sandy aid isn't doing any good for them.
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